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in on an area where they found 10-year-old jessica ridgeway's backpack. clayton sandell is covering that recovery. >> reporter: good morning to you. police are going through that backpack. it is a major clue and the first promising lead in a case that has so far investigators stumped. >> we've been looking for a lead and this possibly is that. >> reporter: police swooped in on this denver subdivision sunday after a man e-mailed his neighbors about a backpack and water bottle he found on the sidewalk. >> he wrote an e-mail that said there's property that has the name of jessica ridgeway. 20 minutes after he had sent that, he received an e-mail that said this may be the missing girl's. >> reporter: officers immediately shut down this neighborhood six miles from where jessica disappeared. questioning residents and stopping cars. >> he believes the backpack to be jessica's. >> reporter: jessica's mother sarah said she last saw her daughter friday morning walking to the elementary school in westminster, colorado. when jessica didn't show up for school, the staff called her mom, sarah sai
friday. the items were found about 15 miles from jessica ridgeway's home. volunteers helped police search for the child this weekend. jessica was last seen on her way to meet classmates before school but school officials said she never arrived. we'll have more on this in our next hour. >>> now we'll head to wall street to kayla townsend at wall street. >> reporter: good morning. wall street is relatively sleeping on this columbus day holiday but investors are still finding thorns in the relatively positive jobs report from last friday. this week we also have the earnings from u.s. companies like jpmorgan chase, pizza hut and signs of slowing corporate economy are concerned there. it is not hurting the stock market right now with the dow jones industrial average near levels it has not seen in five years. back to you. >> kayla, thanks. >>> now for a look at what's trending today, our quick round-up of what has you talking online. esquire.com announced that mila kunis has been named the sexiest woman alive. the 29-year-old actress posed on the november cover in nothing but a pair of skip-tig
to an a denver-area girl. the items were found miles from jessica ridgeway's home. police intensified their search for jessica this weekend. she was last seen on her way to meet classmates on her way to school but she never arrived. now more from wall street. good morning to you, kayla. >> reporter: wall street is relatively sleeping on this columbus day holiday, but investors are still finding thorns in that relatively positive jobs report from last friday. this week we also have earnings from u.s. companies like jpmorgan chase and the parent company of pizza hut. signs of a slowing economy expected from corporate america there, but that concern, natalie, not hurting the stock market, at least right now. the dow jones industrial average near levels it hasn't seen in five years. back to you. >> kayla tausch at the new york stock exchange, thanks. >>> now a look at what's trending. esquire.com announced sunday that mila kunis has been named its sex i have the woman alive. the 29-year-old actress poses on the magazine's november cover in nothing but a pair of skin tight slacks. >>> magi
to lose weight. but i'm not a supermodel. i'm just jessica trying to eat real food in the real world and i really just want to be healthy for my daughter. so i knew weight watchers was the only way to go. it's working. i'm on my way and it feels amazing. really i just want to be a better version of myself. [ female announcer ] join now for free. hurry offer ends october 20th. weight watchers. because it works. >>> good morning. it's 8:00 a.m. on the east coast, 5:00 a.m. on the west coast. back with us onset, we have mike barnacle, sam stein and andy. >> mika, something weird's happening in this campaign. you know, sometimes, you'll have an event and as the event goes by, you'll just sort of the count the days and wait for the buzz to dissipate because it always does because we get so easily distracted. this weekend, you're hearing it and i'm hearing it, this terrible debate performance, the impact seems to keep growing and growing. it's turning now into an urban legend. by the end of the week, people will say barack obama can't walk down the sidewalk without stumbling. i'm stunned, i mean
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